Motorola is believed to have been working on a smartphone dubbed Moto X3. The device was spotted on the import/export logistics website Zauba. In addition, this could possibly be the first smartphone to sport the ‘Moto by Lenovo’ branding.
According to the Zauba listing, the device will sport a 5-inch display and a single-SIM slot. However, no other details regarding specifications have been shared. The mentioned price for one unit is currently Rs 6,812.
Lenovo and Motorola’s combined shipments were just short of 3 million units, up almost 60 percent year-on-year, moving them past Intex to take third place in the market, a report by Canalys had pointed out. Lenovo also emerged as the favorite smartphone brand of 2015, according to Flipkart.
According to #FlipTrends, a year ender report by Flipkart, Lenovo A6000 Plus and Lenovo K3 Note were the top two most sought after smartphones in 2015. Motorola closely followed with two smartphones – Moto G 3rd Gen and Moto E 2nd Gen – featuring at the third and sixth positions, respectively. This month, Amazon India was also offering some big discounts on all Motorola smartphones and wearables.